Masking by all parties would reduce risk of student quarantine if exposed to COVID positive person in schools
By Nikki McKim At the end of September, several students at Falls City Public Schools were asked to quarantine after
Friday, October 23 is the last day to register to vote in person at the County Clerk’s Office, Room 203,
In February, Community Medical Center CEO, Ryan Larsen shared the County Health Rankings and how Richardson County ranked with overall
On Tuesday, September 22, 2020, The Falls City Public School confirmed one staff members and one student testing positive for
By Nikki McKim The Board of Directors of Downtown Modernization, Inc. announced the sale of the former Falls City Shopko
By Nikki McKim This article is the fifth in a series about the 1918 “flu” epidemic that killed millions worldwide.
Spring flooding along the Missouri River in 2019 caused major damage to roads and bridges in Missouri and Nebraska as
By Nikki McKim This article is the fourth in a series about the 1918 “flu” epidemic that killed millions worldwide.
By Brian McKim If you have already or plan to attend local high school sports this fall, things will look
The Southeast District Health Department (SEDHD) had confirmed nine more cases of COVID-19 in Richardson County bringing the total to
Southeast District Health Department recommends masking to curtail the transmission or contain coronavirus
Sheriff Hardesty, Chairman of the Board, called to order the Richardson County Board of Health meeting at 11:00 a.m. on
Sacred Heart Catholic School will hold the 2020 graduation ceremony on August 9, at 2:00 p.m. in the Roh Activity
By Charlie Radatz A Special Meeting of the Richardson County Board of Commissioners was held Tue., June 30. During that
By Nikki McKim This article is the third in a series about the 1918 “flu” epidemic that killed millions worldwide.
By Nikki McKim This article is the second in a series about the 1918 “flu” epidemic that killed millions worldwide.
The Falls City High School Class of 2020 celebrated graduation Saturday, June 20, at Jug Brown Stadium. The ceremony comes
By Nikki McKim; Falls City Journal archive photo of John Morehead. This article is the first in a series about
Falls City Sacred Heart Catholic School recently announced that Jenny Dunn has been hired as Principal beginning with the 2020-2021
By Nikki McKim Charles J. Schweickert, 68, formerly of Falls City, was shot by Florida police last Monday, May 25,
Community Medical Center in Falls City has confirmed that a patient in Richardson County has tested positive for COVID-19. The
Julie Slama and Janet Palmtag will advance to November in the General Election for Nebraska’s District 1 Legislative seat. Tuesday
By Nikki McKim District 1 candidates for State Legislature, Janet Palmtag of Nebraska City, Dennis Schaardt of Steinauer, and Julie
Story by Nikki McKim; photo by Brian McKim Falls City Public schools and Sacred Heart school went the extra mile
Effective immediately, in response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommendation to implement social distancing, the use
On March 13, 2020, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts issued an Emergency Declaration for COVID-19. The United States Department of Health